Year Research Abstract Award Recipient Abstract Title
2023 Carolyn Thomas Award Susan Bartlett More than Half of Canadians with RA with a Lifetime History of Mood Disorders were Anxious or Depressed during the COVID-19 Pandemic
2023 Barbara Hanes Memorial Award Karine Toupin-April, PhD Going Beyond Pain: Virtual Meetings and Survey to Expand the JIA Option Map with Other Symptoms and Functional Activities
2023 Best Trainee Abstract Award Ellen Wang Inequities in Arthritis Care in Canada: The Black, Indigenous and Person of Colour (BIPOC) Experience
2022 Carolyn Thomas Award Susan Bartlett Riding Multiple Waves of Uncertainty: The Impact of COVID-19 on RA Patients in the Canadian Early Arthritis Cohort (CATCH)
2022 Barbara Hanes Memorial Award Karine Toupin-April, PhD Acceptability and Usability of the JIA Option Map, a Web-Based Patient Decision Aid for Pain Management in Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis
2022 Best Trainee Abstract Award Viviane Ta Beliefs and Concerns about RA Medications May Predict Influenza Vaccine Hesitancy: Results from the Canadian Early Arthritis Cohort (CATCH)
2021 Carolyn Thomas Award Laura Passalent Perceptions, Facilitators and Barriers of Physical Activity in Axial Spondyloarthritis: Results from a Qualitative Study
2021 Barbara Hanes Memorial Award Sabrina Cavallo Transitioning from pediatric to adult care: How to address socio-professional integration of young people with juvenile idiopathic arthritis?
2021 Best Trainee Abstract Award Vivianne Ta More than Half of Newly Diagnosed RA Patients are not Convinced of the Necessity of RA Medicines: Associations with RA Characteristics, Symptoms, and Function in The Canadian Early Arthritis Cohort (CATCH)
2020 Carolyn Thomas Award Laura Passalent  Axial Spondyloarthritis: Knowledge, Screening and Referral Practices Amongst Primary Care Providers
2020 Barbara Hanes Memorial Award Sabrina Cavallo Exploring the Vocational Needs of Young People with Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis and the Provision of Rehabilitation Services in Transition Care)
2019 Carolyn Thomas Award Laura Passalent Bridging the Gap between Symptom Onset and Diagnosis in Axial Spondyloarthritis
2018 Barbara Hanes Memorial Award Sabrina Cavallo Identifying Factors Associated with Participation in School and Work-Related Activities among Young People and Adults with Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis (JIA)
2018 Best Trainee Abstract Award Jenny Leese Using Physical Activity Wearables in Self-Management from the Perspectives of Persons Living with Arthritis: A Qualitative Evidence Synthesis
2017 Barbara Hanes Memorial Award Gail Paterson A Pragmatic Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial of the OA Go Away, a Symptom and Exercise Tracking Self-Management Behavioural Intervention for Promoting Adherence to Physical Activity Among Individuals with OA of the Hip or Knee
2017 Best Trainee Abstract Award Clayon Hamilton Development of the Patient Engagement in Research Scale
2017 Carolyn Thomas Award Dr. Susan Bartlett Sex, Smoking and Excess Weight: Effects on DAS28 Trajectories in the First 2 Years in RA
2016 Carolyn Thomas Award Dr. Raquel Sweezie Reliability Analysis of Two Short Medication Adherence Questionnaires in Patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis
2015 Barbara Hanes Memorial Award  Dr. Karine Toupin-April A Decision Making Needs Assessment of Youth with Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis and their Caregivers: Preliminary Results from a Narrative Review
2015 Carolyn Thomas Award Carol Kennedy Effectiveness of a Telemedicine Education Program for Adults with Inflammatory Arthritis Living in Rural and Remote Communities in Ontario
2014 Barbara Hanes Memorial Award Lorna Bain  Identifying and Addressing Real and Perceived Barriers to Therapeutic Education Programs to Inform a New Model of Care
2014 Carolyn Thomas Award Sydney Brooks Getting a Grip on Arthritis Online: Web-Based Continuing Health Education Improves Rural/Remote Primary Care Providers’ Satisfaction and Confidence with Managing Arthritis
2013 Barbara Hanes Memorial Award Philip Ambury  The ADVANCED CLINICIAN PRACTIONER IN ARTHRITIS CARE (ACPAC) Program: Impact on Community Practice (A Pilot Study)
2010 Carolyn Thomas Award Carolyn Kennedy Longitudinal measures in cross-over trial show consistency in improvement across outcomes following an interprofessional education program for adults with inflammatory arthritis
2010 Best Special Interest Abstract Lorna Bain  The Launch of an Innovative Interprofessional Training Program in an Arthritis Setting: The Journey uncovered
2008   Sydney Lineker The Advanced Clinician Practitioner In Arthritis Care (ACPAC) Program: Impact on Community Practice (A Pilot Study)
2007   Carol Kennedy Prescription for Education: A pilot study of the effectiveness of an education program for adults with inflammatory arthritis